The Colombian-based symphonic black metalers NEPHESH will release their latest production, “Hated by this World”, as a limited EP (USA version) in February 2011 on Nokternal Hemizphear (www.nhmetal.com).

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The track listing is as follows:

1. The Last Judgment

  1. Endless Destruction
  2. Reborn (Instrumental)
  3. Lost Race
  4. Lost Race (Orchestral Version)*

*Exclusive USA Track
Multiple Bundle options for the EP including apparel, posters, and stickers available at the NH Webshop (www.nhmetal.com).

Album info and links below:

Nephesh’s Official MySpace:

www.myspace.com/nepheshband

Nephesh’s Facebook Page:

www.facebook.com/pages/nephesh

Nokternal Hemizphear Webshop:

www.nhmetal.com

Nokternal Hemizphear Official MySpace:

www.myspace.com/officialnhmetal

Nokternal Hemizphear Official Twitter Page:

www.twitter.com/nhmetal

Metal for a Dark World!

Jason (Dohgrafar)

www.nhmetal.com

www.myspace.com/officialnhmetal

www.twitter.com/nhmetal

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